David Eustace [Radio Scotland]

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Internationally renowned photographer David Eustace picked up a camera aged 28. He gave up his job in HMP Barlinnie, commuted daily in a beaten up car to Napier University and was soon getting calls from London's top art directors to take cover shots for Tatler, and Elle magazine. In a sparkling interview, he tells Edi Stark how he was taught a great work ethic by James and Susan Eustace who adopted him two days after he was born and brought him up in the east end of Glasgow where a great journey and lifelong friendships began.

Edi Stark talks to Scottish photographer and director David Eustace.

Edi Stark talks to Scottish photographer and director David Eustace.

Internationally renowned photographer David Eustace picked up a camera aged 28. He gave up his job in HMP Barlinnie, commuted daily in a beaten up car to Napier University and was soon getting calls from London's top art directors to take cover shots for Tatler, and Elle magazine. In a sparkling interview, he tells Edi Stark how he was taught a great work ethic by James and Susan Eustace who adopted him two days after he was born and brought him up in the east end of Glasgow where a great journey and lifelong friendships began.

Edi Stark talks to Scottish photographer and director David Eustace.

Internationally renowned photographer David Eustace picked up a camera aged 28. He gave up his job in HMP Barlinnie, commuted daily in a beaten up car to Napier University and was soon getting calls from London's top art directors to take cover shots for Tatler, and Elle magazine. In a sparkling interview, he tells Edi Stark how he was taught a great work ethic by James and Susan Eustace who adopted him two days after he was born and brought him up in the east end of Glasgow where a great journey and lifelong friendships began.